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SHASTA COUNTY CATTLEWOMEN An Organization Dedicated  to the Livestock Industry!

Our Creed

Believing that the livestock industry is of basic importance to world existence, we, the Shasta County CattleWomen, dedicate ourselves to support it with our labor and fitness; to encourage it’s producers with our understanding and love; to do all in our power to instill in the coming generation the love of the land and of life; the humanity and awe before nature; and the hope and faith in the future that is inherent in both Cattlemen and CattleWomen.

Our History

It was 1961 and Shasta County Rancher had formed the Shasta County Cattlemens Association. Dorothy Wilcox, Pat Bosworth and Marion Barnes met to discuss organizing Shasta County Cowbelles as an affiliate of Shasta County CattleWomen. As a result we started with a charter membership of 16. In 1987 the name was officially changed to the Shasta County CattleWomen.

Our Purpose

To assist the Shasta County Cattlemens Association in it’s efforts to promote the welfare of the livestock industry. Educate youth about the journey of food from the farm to the table, good nutrition, and that beef is part of a well-balanced diet. Educate consumers about the convenient, versatile and wholesome qualities of beef. Stress the importance of agriculture to the economy and the environment.
JOIN JOIN

We encourage you to participate in our organization!

Listed below our some of our specific programs and events we offer in Shasta County.
Dinners and BBQ Fund Raising Scholarships Fair Booth and Community Faires
Ag in the Classroom Beef Education and Promotion Beef Ambassador Contest Beef Princess Contest

Become a Member

Membership involved Shasta County women who are interested in the welfare of, or are involved in the cattle industry. Click on the link below for more information. Shasta County CattleWomen…………$35 Includes California CattleWomen’s membership and their quarterly newsletter JR Membership………… American National CattleWomen…..$60 Includes bi-monthly newsletter.

Monthly Meetings

The Shasta CountyWomen meeting every 2nd Monday of the month at 10:00 am.
NEWS
Congratulations to Mary Burger, Shasta County CattleWomen of the year!!!
Email Tracy Goette at flynfurz@hotmail.com to order your new bandana or hat.
Check out our new BEEF merchandise!
WELCOME
October 11,2020, CattleWomen in conjunction with San Francisco Deli, Don’s sandwich shop, and Mary’s Pizza Shack who supplied 50 sandwiches each and CattleWomen supplied chips and cookies in addition personnel to make 200 lunches for the Zogg fire survivors!
Serving Our Community!

Follow Us On:

To stay current on what our organization is up to and for more information on upcoming events.

SHASTA COUNTY CATTLEWOMEN

An Organization Dedicated to the Livestock Industry!

Our Creed

Believing that the livestock industry is of basic importance to world existence, we, the Shasta County CattleWomen, dedicate ourselves to support it with our labor and fitness; to encourage it’s producers with our understanding and love; to do all in our power to instill in the coming generation the love of the land and of life; the humanity and awe before nature; and the hope and faith in the future that is inherent in both Cattlemen and CattleWomen.

Our History

It was 1961 and Shasta County Rancher had formed the Shasta County Cattlemens Association. Dorothy Wilcox, Pat Bosworth and Marion Barnes met to discuss organizing Shasta County Cowbelles as an affiliate of Shasta County CattleWomen. As a result we started with a charter membership of 16. In 1987 the name was officially changed to the Shasta County CattleWomen.

Our Purpose

To assist the Shasta County Cattlemens Association in it’s efforts to promote the welfare of the livestock industry. Educate youth about the journey of food from the farm to the table, good nutrition, and that beef is part of a well-balanced diet. Educate consumers about the convenient, versatile and wholesome qualities of beef. Stress the importance of agriculture to the economy and the environment.

We encourage you to participate in our organization!

Listed below our some of our specific programs and events we offer in Shasta County.
Dinners and BBQ Fund Raising Scholarships Fair Booth and Community Faires
Ag in the Classroom Beef Education and Promotion Beef Ambassador Contest Beef Princess Contest

Monthly Meetings

The Shasta CountyWomen meeting every 2nd Monday of the month at 10:00 am.
Congratulations to Mary Burger, Shasta County CattleWomen of the year!!!
Email Tracy Goette at flynfurz@hotmail.com to order your new bandana or hat.
Check out our new BEEF merchandise!